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Silicone bracelets are a hot trend. Different types of people and organizations all over the world are creating these bracelets to represent themselves. Although you can order these bracelets, you can also make them at home if you have the right materials. Making your own bracelets will help you to express yourself and can help you start a silicone bracelet business, if you would like.
Order your bracelets. Although you can print the word or saying that you want on your bracelet, it will be easier for you if you first buy blank bracelets to work with. Choose your color or colors and order the amount of bracelets you will need.
Choose the phrase you want to use on the bracelets. Before beginning to put your saying onto your silicone bracelet, make sure that the phrase will fit. Test out different words and sayings until you know what you want on your bracelet.
Decide on your printing method. To make a silicone bracelet from home, you can either emboss, deboss or screen print the words onto your bracelet. The screen print will probably be the easiest option.
Use your printing machine. Set the words into your screen print machine, set the blank bracelet into the machine and start the machine. Give the machine time to print your words onto your bracelet.
Check the bracelet to determine if it turned out how you had hoped. After you have completed your first bracelet, look to see if it is what you want. If you are satisfied with the result, make as many bracelets as you like.
The most popular fad right now are the Rubber Band Bracelets. Children of all ages (and adults) have taken to making these fun bracelets, and I couldn’t be happier. Getting children away from technology is always a great thing. Not to mention the fine motor skills that these bracelets use is great.
There are lots of different styles of bracelets that can be made. Today I’m sharing one of the easiest bracelets, the Fishtail.
So fun! The color combinations are endless. You could certainly have hours of fun doing this kids craft. My youngest son who is 16 made the black and white one, and the green, black and yellow one. I love how colorful they are. We have lots to cover, let’s get started…
How to make a Fishtail Rubber Band Bracelet
- Twist first rubber band to make a figure eight, and place on 2 pegs
- Add the second color of rubber band
- Add the third color of rubber band
- Using the pick tool, grab the rubber band on the bottom
- And pull it over the top two rubber bands
- Repeat for the other side
- This is how it will look after both sides are pulled. Push down the rubber bands to keep them tight on the pegs.
- Add another rubber band
- Repeat pulling the bottom bands with the pick tool
- Continue the process – add a rubber band and pull the bottom band over the top two bands
- To finish the bracelet – remove from the pegs and pull out the rubber bands that were attached to the peg
- Attach the “C” Clips to one side
- Attach the other side to the “C” Clip
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Introduction: Paracord Bracelet
Learn How to make a Paracord Bracelets, we will start with a Cobra Paracord Bracelet, you will need about 12 feet of 550 paracord and a buckle. You can use a Plastic, or Metal Paracord Buckle, metal paracord buckles can be uncomfortable to wear on smaller wrists and narrower bracelets. You will also need scissors and a lighter. See all theParacord Knots.
Step 1: Make a Paracord Bracelet – Step 1
Attach the Buckles to the Paracord, and measure the size of the Bracelet on your wrist. Already made this, learn how to make a Survival Bracelet. Learn How to Sell Paracord Bracelets, and make some extra money.
Step 2: Make a Paracord Bracelet – Step 2
Lay the Paracord Bracelet flat, bring the piece of Paracord you want to be the center color across the top.
Step 3: Make a Paracord Bracelet – Step 3
Wrap the 2nd peice of Paracord over the top of the first, bring it around and through the hole the first piece of Paracord made.
Step 4: Make a Paracord Bracelet – Step 4
Pull the pieces of Paracord tight, and start the braid over again. Bring the first piece of Paracord across the top, and wrap the 2nd piece of Paracord over the top and around the back of the Paracord Bracelet, and bring it through the hole of the first.
Step 5: Make a Paracord Bracelet – Step 5
Continue braiding the Paracord Bracelet, until you reach the other buckle. See the 9 Paracord Bracelet Patterns.
Step 6: Make a Paracord Bracelet – Step 6
This is what your Paracord Bracelet should look like. Learn How to make Paracord Bracelet, 8 Different Patterns, Cobra, King Cobra, Fishtail, Viper, Boa, Sidewinder, Rattler, and Mamba. See 12 different Paracord BraceletPatterns. Check out the new Paracord Time.com blog, or more Paracord Projects. Try the Viper Paracord Bracelet next.
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Fashion trends come and go, but elastic bracelets remain popular because they are versatile and easy to wear. They are also easy to make, and they can last for a long time if you follow these tips.
Start by making your stretch bead bracelets with good quality elastic cord meant for jewelry making. Do not buy an elastic cord meant for sewing or other crafts.
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There are many different types of elastic cord on the market to choose from. Stretch Magic is a favorite of many jewelry makers that is widely available at craft stores and some big retail stores.
Choose a color elastic that is complementary to the beads you are using. A clear cord is an obvious choice, but it can actually be more noticeable with dark colored beads. Not all sizes and colors are available in stores though.
Don’t Use Elastic That’s Too Thin
The most popular sizes of elastic cord for making bracelets is 0.7 mm or 1 mm elastic cord, but selecting one depends on the weight of the beads and the size of the hole.
For seed bead bracelets, 0.5 mm elastic cord works great. Thinner elastic cord can stretch out more quickly with heavier beads unless you use a double strand.
Cut a piece of cord the size of your bracelet, plus leave yourself at least three inches of elastic on each side to tie your knots. The cord is slippery and nothing is worse than having everything exactly like you want it, and then dropping the end during tying.
String your beads on the elastic while it is on the spool, or use a bead stopper to avoid having the beads slip off the cord.
Pre-stretch your cord by pulling on each end before stringing. This is a really important step.
Don’t Use Crimp Beads With Elastic Stretch Cord
The surgeon’s knot is the most reliable knot for elastic bracelets. A surgeon’s knot is a square knot (also known as a reef knot) with an extra loop through. The extra loop helps keep the knot from slipping. You can add an extra half knot on top of the surgeon’s knot just in case.
Never use crimp beads with elastic.
Some people try this, but it never lasts long because metal cuts elastic, and there’s no changing that. A correctly tied knot will last better in the long run.
- Stretch your cord before stringing any beads. Your bracelet will stay the right size and won’t stretch out leaving gaps between the beads.
- Make your bracelet the correct size. A seven-inch bracelet made with 12 mm beads is smaller than a seven-inch bracelet made with 4 mm beads. The larger beads will take away from the inside diameter of the bracelet. String them and then try it on your wrist to check for size.
- Tie your knot with some tension in the bracelet. In other words, pull the elastic so it is taut and just a little stretched when adding the second half of the knot. The extra tension from the inside helps keep the knot from untying.
- Tighten your knot from all sides. Pull the top two ends to tighten the knot, pull from the beaded side, pull the left loose end and the right beaded end and vice versa.
- After cutting the elastic cord, add a dab of glue to the knot. Super glue or E6000 jewelry glue are two that work well. Some people think that super glue can erode the elastic over time. E6000 stays flexible so it is probably a better choice.
- If possible, cover your knot. This makes your elastic bracelet look nicer, but also protects the knot from wear caused by rubbing between two beads.
Don’t Stretch Your Bracelet to Put It On
How you care for your elastic bracelet is just as important as how you make it. Follow these tips to make them last:
- Always put your elastic bracelet on the right way. This is one of the main factors in bracelets that don’t last. Never put on your bracelet by stretching it over your hand. As much as possible, roll it over your hand without excessive pulling.
- Keep the bracelet away from soap, perfumes, hair and skin products, sunscreen, salt water, etc. Many of the products we use every day can degrade the quality of the elastic over time.
Introduction: How to Make a Survival Bracelet
How to make a Survival Bracelet, we will start with a Cobra braid Paracord Bracelet, you will need 25 feet of paracord and some type of buckle. You can use a Plastic buckle, or Metal Paracord buckle, the metal paracord buckles can be uncomfortable to wear on smaller wrist. Also get scissors and a lighter. Next try How to make Survival Bracelet with the Mamba Braid. Check out New Survival Gear. or see all the Paracord Bracelet Patterns.
Step 1: How to Make a Survival Bracelet – Step 1
Now attach the Buckles to the Paracord, and measure the size of the Bracelet you want on your wrist.
Step 2: How to Make a Survival Bracelet – Step 2
Next lay the Paracord Bracelet flat, bring the piece of Paracord you want to be the center color across the top by the buckle. Now bring the 2nd piece of Paracord over the top of the first, around the back and through the hole made by the first piece of Paracord.
Step 3: How to Make a Survival Bracelet – Step 3
Continue the braid, bring the first piece of Paracord across the top, Now lay the 2nd piece of Paracord over the top of the first, around the back of the Survival Bracelet, and through the hole made by the first piece of Paracord, and pull it tight. Remember to pull the Paracord knots tight evenly.
Step 4: How to Make a Survival Bracelet – Step 4
Continue braiding until your reach the other buckle. Bring the first piece of Paracord across the top, Now lay the 2nd piece of Paracord over the top of the first, around the back of the Survival Bracelet, then in the hole made by the first piece. Remember to pull the paracord evenly tight, other wise your Survival Bracelet will be crooked and look sloppy.
Step 5: How to Make a Survival Bracelet – Step 5
Now you have reach the other buckle, you will continue to same braid back over the first part of the Survival Bracelet. If you want to can change the center color of the Survival Bracelet, lay the color of paracord you want, across the Survival bracelet, bring the second piece of paracord over the top of the first, and the back, and up through the loop made by the first piece on Paracord. Try the ViperParacord Bracelet.
Step 6: How to Make a Survival Bracelet – Step 6
Continue to same braid back over the first part of the Survival Bracelet. Bring the second piece of Paracord over the top of the first, and the back, and up through the loop made by the first piece on Paracord and pull tight.
Step 7: How to Make a Survival Bracelet – Step 7
Continue the braiding back to the other buckle. Bring the first piece of Paracord across the top, Now lay the 2nd piece of Paracord over the top of the first, around the back of the Survival Bracelet, then in the hole made by the first piece. Remember to pull the paracord evenly tight, other wise your Survival Bracelet will be crooked and look sloppy.
Step 8: How to Make a Survival Bracelet – Step 8
Your Survival Bracelet is almost completed, if you have a paracord needle, run the ends of the paracord back into the braid, or cut and melt the ends. Now your Survival Bracelet should look like the picture, and contain around 25 feet of paracord to help you get out of any jam, you might end up in. See all the 9 Paracord Bracelet Patterns, or get a Custom Paracord Bracelet – made in Alaska.
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